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Journal Article (9)

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Heck, D.; Sultan, F.; Braitenberg, V.: Sequential stimulation of rat cerebellar granular layer in vivo: Further evidence of a "tidal-wave" timing mechanism in the cerebellum. Neurocomputing 38-40, pp. 641 - 646 (2001)
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Heck, D.: Sequential stimulation of rat and guinea pig cerebellar granular cells in vitro leads to increasing population activity in parallel fibers. Neuroscience Letters 263 (2-3), pp. 137 - 140 (1999)
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Braitenberg, V.; Heck, D.; Sultan, F.: The detection and generation of sequences as a key to cerebellar function: experiments and theory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (2), pp. 229 - 245 (1997)
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Braitenberg, V.; Heck, D.; Sultan, F.: Waiting for the ultimate theory of the cerebellum. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (2), pp. 267 - 271 (1997)
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Antkowiak, B.; Heck, D.: Effects of the volatile anesthetic enflurane on spontaneous discharge rate and GABA(A)-mediated inhibition of Purkinje cells in rat cerebellar slices. Journal of Neurophysiology 77 (5), pp. 2525 - 2538 (1997)
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Sultan, F.; Heck, D.; Bekkering, H.: How to link the specificity of cerebellar anatomy to motor learning? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (Special Issue 3), p. 474 (1996)
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Heck, D.: Investigating dynamic aspects of brain function in slice preparations: spatiotemporal stimulus patterns generated with an easy-to-build multi-electrode array. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 58 (1-2), pp. 81 - 87 (1995)
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Heck, D.: Sequential stimulation of guinea pig cerebellar cortex in vitro strongly affects Purkinje cells via parallel fibers. Die Naturwissenschaften 82 (4), pp. 201 - 203 (1995)
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Heck, D.: Rat cerebellar cortex in vitro responds specifically to moving stimuli. Neuroscience Letters 157 (1), pp. 95 - 98 (1993)

Conference Paper (1)

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Heck, D.; Rotter, S.; Aertsen, A.: Spike Generation in Cortical Neurons: Probabilistic Treshold Function shows Intrinsic and Long-lasting dynamics. In: Brain theory: Spatio-temporal aspects of brain function, pp. 241 - 249 (Ed. Aertsen, A.). Fourth International Meeting on Brain Theory, Trento, Italy, April 11, 1992 - April 13, 1992. Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (1993)
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